Elements of the Flow
Triggers are events that can start a flow.
|Alarm triggered||This trigger starts a flow when an alarm has been triggered in the organization.|
|Alarm closed||This trigger starts a flow when an alarm in the organization has been closed.|
|DWD weather warning||This trigger starts a flow when a DWD weather warning with the properties configured in the trigger is present. Details about the trigger for DWD weather warnings can be found here.|
|Email received||This trigger starts a flow when an email has been received. Details about the trigger email received can be found here.|
|Event triggered||This trigger starts a flow when an event has been triggered in the organization.|
|Event closed||This trigger starts a flow when an event has been closed in the organization.|
|HTTP trigger||This trigger starts a flow when an HTTP call is made to the specified URL. Details about the HTTP trigger can be found here.|
|IMAP trigger||The IMAP trigger starts a flow when a new mail is received in a configured mailbox. Details about the IMAP trigger can be found here.|
|Tag triggered||This trigger starts a flow when one of the stored tags has been triggered.|
|Websocket trigger||This trigger is used to start a flow when new data is received via a websocket interface, like KATSYS.|
These elements can be used to trigger or edit alarms and events.
|Trigger alarm||Triggers an alarm with the configured resources.|
|Format alarm||Formats the details of an alarm with the configured string. Details about the format alarm element can be found here.|
|Load alarm||Loads the current details of an alarm.|
|Cancel event||This element can be used to specifically cancel a defined event.|
|Create event||Opens a new event.|
|Close event||Closes an open event.|
|Search event||Searches for an event within the organization. Details about the search event element can be found here.|
|Trigger tag||Triggers a tag and the associated alarms in sub-organizations.|
Elements that enable communication.
|Send e-mail||Sends an e-mail to the deposited recipients.|
|Send fax||Sends a stored document by fax to the specified phone number.|
|HTTP client||Sends an HTTP call to the specified URL.|
|Send messenger message||Sends a message in the messenger to a chat room.|
|Send message to pager||Sends a message to one or more pagers.|
Parser that allows filtering information.
|JSON parser||Processes JSON input into configured variables. Details about the JSON parser can be found here.|
|Text parser||Processes text input into configured variables. Details about the text parser can be found here.|
|XML parser||Process XML input into configured variables. Details about the XML parser can be found here.|
Allows merging data for further processing.
|JSON string||This element allows to create a JSON string.|
|Merge strings||Dynamically merge multiple strings using custom variables.|
Allows to control the data to be processed.
|Check for one or more strings||Similar to the check for string element. Checks whether one or more specified strings are contained in a function result. Details about the check for one or more strings element can be found here.|
|Check for string||Checks whether a specified string is contained in a function result. Details about the check for string element can be found here.|
|Conditional variable||This element allows to use variables depending on conditions, for example to associate different deployment keywords with a scenario ID.|
|Waiting||This function delays the execution of the next function by the specified seconds.|
Updated on: 26/05/2023